About Mystics of the Maya
It is the first historical fiction fantasy novel series to relive the 9th-century collapse of Mayan civilization
Mystics of the Maya follows the real-life journey of Franciscan friar Diego de Landa in his quest for evidence of Christ in the New World.
Mystics of the Maya follows the supernatural life of a 9th century Shaman king in his quest to bring down the tyrannical city-states of Tikal and Calakmul.
Researched and developed over thirty-two years. Mystics of the Maya is a detailed and breathtaking plunge into authentic Mayan history, cosmology, and shamanism. The series is filled with the real-life exploits of Kings and Queens, priests and warriors, merchants and farmers from the 3rd to the 9th centuries A.D.
The series is written by Stacy James (biography below)
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Mystics of the Maya
Real-life Franciscan friar Diego de Landa arrives to the Yucatan in 1549 A.D. Armed with a secret edict from the Pope, Landa must find evidence of Christ in the New World. If discovered, this evidence will return to Rome to be used as a weapon against the Reformation.
Absolved of all sins in advance, Landa begins a ruthless quest for absolute power over the Yucatan, while attempting to penetrate a tripartite Mayan priesthood hiding thousands of ancient history books.
Heresy, excommunication, eternal damnation, Landa risks it all by entering, in secret, the Mayan priesthood, hoping to obtain and penetrate the ancient history books.
Mystics of the Maya
Mystics of the Maya follows real-life Spaniards, Gonzalo Guerrero and Geronimo de Aguilar, following a shipwreck along the Maya Riviera in 1511 A.D.
Captured and enslaved, Aguilar escapes ten years later to reunite with Hernan Cortez. Acting as Cortez’s first interpreter, Aguilar enables the conquest of the Aztecs.
Gonzalo Guerrero, meanwhile, goes native. Choosing instead to embrace his Mayan captors, Gonzalo Guerrero becomes a respected Mayan warrior, marries a Mayan priestess, rejects Cortez’s offer of reunion, and then organizes a savage war against the Spanish in the Yucatan.
Mystics of the Maya contains perhaps the most important and mysterious of all the untold histories of America before and during the conquest.
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2012, not the end of the Mayan Calendar?
In this profound scholarly treatise, Mr. Jeffries details the critical errors and omissions made by academics throughout the 20th century, that have led to this false 2012 end date notation.
As a result of his corrections, Mr. Jeffries has simultaneously discovered the true end date notation, as well as an astounding new series of astronomical and mathematical correlations embedded in the Maya, Aztec, and Olmec calendar systems.
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Within the shadows of Indigenous oral history, the secret Order of Roman Catholic Exorcists, the Vatican Archives, and Forbidden Archeology, it is becoming increasingly clear that when the Spanish reached Mexico, they were overwhelmed by a technologically advanced society, and intimidatingly clairvoyant Priests in possession of advanced mathematics, geometry, architecture, astronomy, botany, ecology, and medicine.
Mystics of the Maya details how, in the Yucatan, these histories were obtained, plundered, and eradicated to suit European objectives.
For the Maya and the Aztecs, the Spanish were just another race of avarice religious militants from across the sea. The majority of Maya and Aztec commoners mistook the Spanish for traders, like all those who had come before. The Maya and the Aztec were not shocked by the arrival of the Spanish, as the Orthodox narrative states. Instead, they expected it, and they knew it would mean their collective end.
Mystics of the Maya discloses the primary narratives of this hidden history in a surreal adventure that reads more like a fantasy epic, if not for the fact that it’s entirely true, and is happening again today! Time, the Mayan and Aztec understood, is cyclical in a way only their calendar can reveal.
Stacy has written three drafts of this entire series over thirty years and is now writing the final draft of novel one, Katun
The Sacred Count
Mystics of the Maya will also be an amazing-looking graphic novel series. Illustrator(s) will be determined by Public Contest and worldwide voting following an upcoming crowdfund campaign to finance the entire series, plus graphic novel series, and more.
Mystics of the Maya is currently working with Native American Traditionalists, and other experts in the field to recalibrate the well-known Mayan Calendar system, and reproduce it in a sophisticated, downloadable, hyper-accurate mobile and desktop application and learning tool. We are cleaning up decades of egregious errors promulgated by mainstream academia, New Age pundits, and mainstream media that resulted in the false 2012 end-time scenario.
Spoiler alert, the calendar did not end in 2012. It is not even close. To understand the mathematical details of this bold statement, order your copy of The Sacred Count, The Fractal Calendar of Ancient Meso-America, by Native American Traditionalist, and Scholar, Loren Jeffries, shipping immediately in time for Christmas.
“Mr. Jeffries discovery of the meaning of the ‘mystery numbers’ embedded in the Mayan Calendar, and the implications of that culture’s understanding of Fractals and the Golden Mean are exciting and revolutionary.” – Warner Sizemore, Velikovsky Scholar.
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Mystics of the Maya
take a perilous odyssey into the life of a 9th century Shaman King, born to a legendary yet impoverished and drought-stricken village. Plunged into the underworld of death he confronts the Twelve Lords of night and their animal familiars to emerge a supernatural demon, attacking the mighty city-states of Tikal and Calakmul, attempting to prompt a total collapse. But his is only the beginning of the story that unfolds.
Order your copy of The Sacred Count, The Fractal Calendar of Ancient Meso-America, by Native American Traditionalist, Artist, and Scholar, Loren Jeffries, delivering immediately, in time for Christmas.
“Mr. Jeffries discovery of the meaning of the ‘mystery numbers’ embedded in the Mayan Calendar, and the implications of that culture’s understanding of Fractals and the Golden Mean are exciting and revolutionary.” – Warner Sizemore
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Stacy James has written produced numerous television series, as well as successful stage play adaptations of Dr. Seuss, Narnia, and other children’s books.
Stacy was awarded Bell Media National Fellowship honors in 2012, awarded for extraordinary work in both non-fiction documentary and digital marketing innovations. In 2011, Stacy incorporated Maya Media Inc., an independent Intellectual Property company, to protect the integrity and authenticity of his original intellectual properties. Maya Media Inc. is a lifelong labor of passion and love.